ICOMOS is pleased to announce that the first edition of the Thematic Study on The Cultural Heritages of Water in the Middle-East and the Maghreb is now available for download.
A few years ago, ICOMOS has initiated the project of publishing Thematic Studies about rock art in several parts of the world (Sahara and North Africa in 2007, Latin America and the Caribbean in 2006) The selected region for this new study is Central Asia, a large territory, which extends over a distance of 3500 kilometers from west to east and some 2000 kilometers from south to north. The study is based on a “national” perspective, starting in the west (from the Caspian Sea) and ending in the east: Analyses of Rock Art from Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, north-eastern Mongolia and central southern Russia (Siberian region of Tuva and Minusinsk Depression) are detailed in this volume. The aim of this study is to emphasize the importance of Rock Art in this region of the world in order to enhance the protection, preservation and management of this heritage.
World Report 2011-2013 on monuments and sites in danger
The Heritage at Risk World Report 2011–2013 is the latest volume of a series of World Reports first published in 2000. From a strictly preservation-based approach this publication series offers worldwide information about the dangers that are threatening our cultural heritage, in order to provide help in the case of risks and to promote practical measures to avert or at least allay these risks.
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- p. 1-7 Bednarik.pdf « Proboscidean petroglyphs in the USA»
- p. 7-10 Clottes.pdf « Two petroglyphs of proboscidean at upper sand island, Bluff, Utah (USA) »
- p. 11-15 Eisenberg.pdf « Concluding the Har Michia Rock Art Survey»
- p. 15-19 Bednarik.pdf« History's largest confrontation over rock art protection»
- p.19-27 Clottes and Dubey.pdf « Two ritually destroyed rock art shelters in central India »